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June 4, 2020
An Appeal to the National Security Community to Fight Racial Injustice

As published on June 2, 2020 in Foreign Policy

We have both had the honor of serving our country, albeit in different ways.·

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June 1, 2020
The Oil Market’s Lazarus Effect

The death of the oil age has oft been predicted. Peak supply. Peak demand. Peak shale.  

Barely two months ago, oil markets were in disarray because of the combined supply and demand shocks of the price war and unprecedented government responses to the coronavirus pandemic that resulted in the near-complete shutdown of national economies around the world.  ·

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April 29, 2020
Meghan Bishop Keynotes 2020 OCDLA Annual Juvenile Law Conference

The 2020 Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyer Association Annual Juvenile Law Conference brought together (virtually) over 150 attorneys from across the state to participate in a day-and-a-half conference on the latest news and updates in child welfare law.·

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April 23, 2020
The Dystopian Genre Of Data Collection

President Bishop Garrison takes on current issues of data aggregation, analytics, and privacy. Or, with particular regard to privacy – the lack thereof, in Inkstick Media

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April 21, 2020
Redefining Critical Infrastructure and Essential Workers

President Bishop Garrison suggests it's time to redefine critical infrastructure in The Council on Strategic Risks’ “Responsibility to Prepare and Prevent” Blog Series

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April 18, 2020
Virginia’s elections must adapt to a COVID-19 world to maintain our democracy

CEO Sarah Hunt joins Inclusive Governance Fellow Stephen Cobb, Paul Reagan, and Ashley Taylor in an op-ed in The Richmond Times Dispatch to highlight that safeguarding elections and democratic processes is not a partisan issue — but a national priority.·

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April 15, 2020
What The World Needs Now Is A Free Market for Oil

"Better to live and die on the free market where a company can decide its own fate."

National Security and Energy Fellow, Rainey Fellow Robert Dillon tells the Reason Foundation that the age of managed oil markets is dead.·

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April 8, 2020
Rainey Center Launches New COVID-19 Resource for Policymakers

WASHINGTON, DC – The Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy has launched COVID19 State Response Map and Resource Guide, to provide policymakers with analysis and remote support during the current global health crisis.·

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March 25, 2020
CEO Discusses Energy, Coronavirus & Comedy with Power Line Podcast

Co-Founder and CEO Sarah E. Hunt had the opportunity to talk energy, the environment and COVID-19 as a featured guest on the Power Line podcast from the Ricochet Network.·

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March 24, 2020
Rainey Center Launches LAMP Virtual Digital Dialogue for State Legislators

WASHINGTON, DC – The Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy has launched its LAMP: Virtual Series, a collaborative, virtual convening for policy education, leadership development and networking platform for state policy makers. ·

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